Letter from Linus Pauling to Albert Dekker. Page 1. November 5, 1941
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  • Letter from W. S. Schaefer, Cornell University Press. RE: Telling LP that at the current moment they cannot allow for the book to be translated because the "exchange between Japan and the United States is just about unobtainable", but if willing they could contact the Japanese professor at a later date when circumstances change. [Filed under: LP Manuscripts of Books, 1939b.2]
  • Note from Dr. Isidore Fankuchen, Anderson Institute for Biological Research, to LP RE: Discusses his move to the new lab in Minnesota and his current research with x-ray studies of biological materials, probably virus proteins. Mentions he is sending a virus paper. Requests his address on the reprint list be changed. Invites LP to drop by if ever he is in the area. [Letter from LP to Fankuchen November 17, 1941] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #117.4, file:(Fankuchen, Isidore)]